Youth-on-Youth Abuse Hotline Calls Spike After Missouri LawStatistics provided by the agency show the state has received about 325 calls per month, more than six times the number officials anticipated.
Police Chief Refutes Claim of Guns Pointed at Children St. Louis Police headquarters was the scene of a large, noisy protest Monday night over allegations police had pointed their guns at a carload of young children during a traffic stop.
Alderwoman Apologizes for Stadium Bribery Allegations"I issued an apology to Alderman Moore if he felt personally attacked by my statements as that was never my intent," Green says.
Charges Dropped Against Six Ferguson ProtestersThe case was expected to include allegations of police brutality, claims of missing evidence and discussions about the shortcomings of body cameras.
Emporia State Investigation Finds No Evidence of Hate CrimeEmporia State University says an investigation has found no evidence to support hate crime or discrimination allegations made by a black couple while they were working for the eastern Kansas school.
McCaskill, Richardson on 'Dress Code' as Response to Harassment AllegationsU.S. Senator Claire McCaskill sent letters to Missouri Representatives Bill Kidd and Nick King on Tuesday, following reports that the legislators were considering instituting a dress code for interns as part of a response to allegations of sexual harassment against interns.
Interim Ferguson Police Chief's Past QuestionedVocativ is reporting that according to his personnel files from the Glendale, Arizona, police department, Andre Anderson was suspended three times in 1996 and 1997.
Chicago-based Nonprofit Gets $7.2M from Chase SettlementThe Illinois Equal Justice Foundation is benefiting from a $7.2 million windfall that the state was given in a settlement with Chase.
Hancock to Break Silence on Schweich SuicideHancock will be a guest on the Charlie Brennan Show at 9 a.m. on KMOX.
St. Louis Archdiocese Must Turn in Sex Abuse Claims RecordsA judge says the St. Louis archdiocese must turn over internal records on sexual abuse allegations spanning two decades as part of a civil lawsuit.
Federal Probe Could Scuttle St. Louis Drug CasesSources tell KMOX News that the investigation is looking at whether armed officers in street clothes worked as security details for drug dealers.
Lawmaker Pushes for Cameras in Nursing Homes to Prevent Abuse, NeglectA St. Louis-area woman says she would have put a camera in her husband's nursing home room had she known what she knows now.

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